Pediatric Oncologist Steve Cameron has been unable to cope with losing so many of his young patients over the years. He has lost the faith and drive he once had when he decided to become a doctor. Accepting a strange offer from a bag lady he meets in the park for a weekend alone in a secluded cabin located in the Hudson River Valley, Steve is about to embark on an extraordinary journey. While walking in the snow-covered woods, Steve comes across a mist unlike any he has ever seen. Upon entering the mist, Steve finds himself in a mystical town called Renaissance. It is there where Steve is about to begin the mending of his wounded soul and shattered heart when he meets village healer, Meghan.
Meghan has healed many broken people over the years, several of them doctors just like Steve Cameron, so why is it different with this assignment of the handsome physician? Meghan has never felt this way about anyone before, and as Steve stays with her in her cozy cottage and begins the process of his healing, she travels along a path she thought she would never have to cross. A love is born between the two that can go no further then the magical realm of Renaissance. Steve must return to the outside where his patients and his future wait for him. Meghan cannot leave the tiny village with her memories in tact; she would have no way of retaining her love for Steve if she goes with him. In addition, Meghan must fulfill her own destiny. All they have to hope for this Christmas is a Miracle in the Mist.
Elizabeth Sinclair delivers an early holiday gift to the reader with Miracle in the Mist, a wondrous and magical Christmas tale. An imaginative reworking on Brigadoon that weaves so many different and interesting facets into this book. You will enjoy Dr. Steve Cameronís passage from cynical surgeon, to devoted doctor with the help of Meghan and a little lost boy. Meghan can be a bit trying at times with her own dilemmas but as with all true Christmas miracles, love and faith wins out!